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    • Burkman, John

    • 1923
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County--Billings. Bent, William, 1809-1869. Sibley Expedition, 1863. United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Veterans. United States. Army. Cavalry, 7th. Custer, George A. (George Armstrong), 1839-1876.
    • Born 1839. Came out West with William Bent in 1859. Of German descent, fought at Civil War Battle of Wilson Creek with 5th Missouri Volunteers. With Sibley during 1863 Sioux Campaign. Served with George Armstrong Custer and Seventh Cavalry...
    • Calderwood, Hugh

    • 1917
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County--Billings. Law enforcement officers--Montana. Ranchers--Montana.
    • Hugh Calderwood was deputized Montana sheriff who killed Pigeon-toed Kid, a notorious cattle rustler, in late April 1908, in the Glasgow area. See Two Montana Men Remembering, Billings Gazette, March 10, 1963, p.46. Rancher who came out west in...
    • Calderwood, Hugh

    • 1950
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County--Billings. Law enforcement officers--Montana. Ranchers--Montana.
    • Hugh Calderwood was deputized Montana sheriff who killed Pigeon-toed Kid, a notorious cattle rustler, in late April 1908, in the Glasgow area. See Two Montana Men Remembering, Billings Gazette, March 10, 1963, p.46. Rancher who came out west in...
    • Clare, Lotte A.

    • 1935
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County--Billings. Laurel (Mont.) Clare, Laura Lottie Amer. Clare, Sam.
    • See story about Lotte Clare in Trunks Locked Forty Years, Billings Gazette, January 18, 1948, p 21, and Early American Books, Billings Gazette, February, 29, 1948, p.21. Full name was Laura Lottie Amer Clare. Wife of Sam Clare of Laurel. ...
    • Cramer, M.W.

    • 1940
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County--Billings. Ranchers--Montana. Farmers--Montana. Owens, Anna. Yellowstone County (Mont.) County Commissioners. Businessmen--Montana.
    • Monroe W. Kramer. Prominent cattleman, farmer, and legislator. Came out west with his brother Ward H. Cramer in 1877. Married Anna Owens in Billings on December 17, 1889. Listed as County Commissioner from Laurel from 1906-1912. Director of...
    • Elliot, JB

    • 1898
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County. Elliot, JB. Snowy Mountains (Mont.). Ranchers--Montana.
    • Ranched in Snowy Mountains out of Roundup.
    • Issac, Joseph

    • 1878
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County--Billings. Issac, Catherine (Boschert). Hysham (Mont.)
    • Born in Alsace-Lorraine on February 10, 1847. Settled at Pease Bottom after having been mustered out of the army at Fort Custer In 1878. Joseph married Catherine Borchert and had 10 children. He passed away on March 13, 1898 in Pease...
    • Russell, Dr. W.A. (Wilson)

    • 1930
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County. Physicians--Montana. Pharmacists. County health services--Montana--Big Horn County.
    • He is listed in Sod 'n' Seed'n Tumbleweed, A History of the Huntley Project. He arrived in 1908 as a medical doctor and druggist. He helped organize the Huntley bank. He moved to Hardin 1914. By 1919 he was the County Health Officer out of...
    • Scott, Captain; Stanbury, Ensign

    • 1930
    • Scott, Captain; Stanbury, Ensign; Judkins; Mrs.; Salvation Army; Billings, MT; Pioneers
    • Original label of "Mrs. Judkins with Lady" crossed out, with new written label "Captain Scott-Ensign Stanbury." Captain Scott is wearing Salvation Army insignia, and both women in clothing that may be Salvation Army uniforms. Photo appears to be...
    • Wilson, Charles, (Smokey), article

    • 1936-07-21
    • Wilson, Charles; Smokey; Smoky; Crow Agency; Reynolds, S.G.; Howell, Lewis M.; Howell, Bud; E.O. Standard; Story, Nelson; Scott, Hugh L.; Sorrel Horse; Dixon, Joseph M.; Wilson, John E.; Billings, MT; Pioneers
    • Newspaper article with biographical information including name of child and route travelled to Montana. Article published in the Billings Gazette on July 21, 1936.

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